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I I and al Fal Fair F tomorrow t tonight tonightand V 1 fen feni fenft r a ft tng 1 011 < 1 1NUMBER 8 + l lASI E EDLTION EDLTIONNUMBER iTION iTIONNUMBER
Social Soci l and Diplomatic DiplomaticWashington DipJomaticWast DiplomaticWashington
Washington Wast 1gton Attended Attendedthe A Attended Attendedthe t l1ded l1dedthe
the Wedding WeddingDecorations I IIPtPRESSIVE I IIMPRESSIVE
Decorations at St Johns JohnsWere JohnsWere
Were 1 ere Attractive as Were WereAlso WereJIso WereAlso
Also Gowns Worn
If I ITh
The Th The mate marriage age oE or Miss Anno E Hitch Hitchcock HItChl Hitchf ¬
cock f ock 0 < daughter dauidl11t1 dau gh of tKe dl Secretary of the xneInterior theInterior le leJnterlor
Interior aid l 1dM Mrs s Ethan Allen Hitch Hitchcock Hitchock Hitcheock ¬
cock ock and Lieut Lieut Lte t Com William S SSims SSima SSims
Sims which 41 < t took place in St StJohns StJohns StJohns
Johns Church C ureh on Lafayette Square Squareat
at noon today was witnessed by the thePresident t11ePresid thePresident
President Presid nt and Mrs Roosevelt Secre Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
tary at State and aiId Mrs Root Miss Root Rootand Rootand Rootand
and nil tie members of the Cabinet c blnet to together toJ togethor ¬
gether J ethervith with the most prominent officials officialsf officialsof
of ft f the Government and of the army and andnavy andntvy andivy
navy as well aa private society societyWhile soclet socletVlano
While 4 bile simple In every detail the wed wedding wedillng wedding ¬
ding was as one of the prettiest and most mostImpressive mostmpressive mostimpressive
Impressive ever witnessed in St St Johns Johnsinhere Johnsthere JohnsThere
There inhere were were no elaborate floral decora decorntiomn decorations decora decoraUonN ¬
tions at the church the the flowers being
limited to greatbouquets great < bouquets of white chrys chrysanthemums ehrysntftmums s santlhernums ¬
anthemums ntftmums on the te altar altarEscorted altarEscortcd altarEscorted
Escorted by Father FatherSecretary FatherSeer FatherSecretary
Secretary Seer tary Hitchcock escorted his hisdaughter 11isdaulhter hisdaughter
daughter to the altar where they were weremet weremet weremet
met by Commander Sims and his best bestman 1etman bestman
man Lieut Ile Com Mark L 1 Bris Bristol BrIstoland Bristol ¬
tol toland and Bishop Satterlee who was wasassisted wasassisted wasasststedl
assisted during the beautiful Episcopal Episcopalservice Episcopalsence Episcopalservice
service sence by bythe the Rev Roland Cotton CottonSmith Cottonmlth Cottonsmith
Smith mlth rector re torot of the church The bride bridqwore bridewore I
wore a a1 beatitlful > e tttlful gown gown of white satin satinwith satinwith satinwith
with quatttitrqs quiUrt ciuantitrQS tfqs or or splendid oia 01 < 1 lace lacearranged lacearranged lacearranged
arranged about the bodice and au skirt = k1rt k1rtJhe frt
1 Jhe 1 he lace veil was gracefully draped drap4dfalling drapedfalling ilrapfdfalUng
falling in soft folds over the long satli satlitrain satin satln1nun satintrain
train and her bouquet was of 1H1 6 of ofthe ottbe ofthe
the viflie < alfty l tcuSd arid orchids The bride Is Janot Janotonly not notonly notonly
only airaoti atraott1e attmotFpe ebut but all the strong sweet sweetwomanly sweetwomanly sweetwomanly
womanly e1 character aracter with which she > isblesbed is isblessed Isblesed
blessed blesed seemed seemodto to radiate frdmV fr from ni hrt t if ± r row rowday ta taIa r rday
day < < Ia and made m d her far more lovely 10veI t than thanshe tilapshe p py
y she e had ever ev ever r before b etore bsjtSLiq bow mi9 o her r friends friendser trI frlendst frlendstr1 ndst
r1 iIiss aiargeiet M rg ret IDtofieo mt t ftr tfuit1r tfuit1rr ifatlger =
er r sister lster of the bride was her maidihonor maid maidQt maidot
Qt ihonor honor She preceded her to the al altar 41t eltar ¬
tar t r wearing wearln a lace gqwn with a pompa pompadour pompaa pompa ¬
dour a deuz utf ± silk nk coat plumed plum d hat and carried carriedpink earrioopink earrf earrfpink ed
pink pink chrysanthemums chrysanthemumsThe chrsanthemuImThe
The bridegroom wore his full dress dressuniform dr drgs drgsuniform s suniform
uniform uniform and the ushers uaheraall all in uniform uni uniform uniform ¬
form 3Vere were Brig Gen Henry G GSharpe Gharpe GSharpe
Sharpe harpe U ttI IL IB A A Commander CameroMcR Cameron CameronMcR CameronMcR n
McR Winslow Vh1s ow U S N Lieut Com ComG ComG CornG
G N Hay HaywardU Hayward ward U S N LieuCorn Lieu LieutCom Lleuti t
Com William K Harrison TJ S NLieut N NRidley
i Lieut t wn B T ma Oonstine t trtffo rtffo U B il N Lieu LieuRidley Ie i iRidley
Ridley McLean U S N Capt John JoniR JohnR JohnR
R M TaylorUSA Tal Taylor r USA and Capt WlHIam WlHIamLasslter WIHlamLassiter Wilda WildaLassiter m l
Lassiter U t S i AMrs A AMrs AMrs
Mrs Hitchcocks Hit hcocks Gown GownMrs Gown GownMrs
Mrs rs Hitchcock who always confia confiaherself confines confinesherself nfinos nfinosIhosalt os I
Ihosalt herself to either gray white or deep deeporchid deepor dee deeorchid osp p
orchid or orchid hld shades of purple or lavender lavenderwore lavenderwore lavendewore r rrs
wore wore today a stately gown of gray silk silkwith sil silwith rk k j jwith
with lace and a gray bonnot Mrs MrsJohn MrsTohn M MJohn rs I
John P 1 Shepl Shep1ey y an elder sister of the thebride th thbride rse e j jbride
bride wore ore a white lace gown and andblack a ablack nSlack
black hat hatPreetdent ptPltNldent hatf
f Preetdent Pr stdeat and Mrs Roosevelt Ro seolt oeeu oeeu oeeupl oecapled i ipi
pi pled d sects on the front pew with the theSecretary the theSetretary th thSecretary e
Secretary and Mrs Hitchcock Hltchc ek Mrs MrsRoosevelt MrsRoosevelt I j
Roosevelt wearing eating an oxceulngly oxceulnglystylish OXC exeeolingl li gly y
4 stylish gown of lavender cloth with withwhite Withwhite wIt wItwhite h
white lace on the bodice bo tce and skirts of ofthe otthtt o othe hf t 1
the lour coat Her hat fashioned a alittle alittle I Ilittle l
little after the new tiptilted style stylenow strJenow styl stylnow e 1
now in vogue was of white felt faced facedon feadon fa faon
on the outside of the brim with black blackand blackand bind bindand k
and finished by light blue wingswreath wings Ings A Awreath Ar
wreath r h of pink rosebuds encircled t1I t1Icrown the thecrown therown Ae e e
crownThe crown rownThe I IThe
The appearance given the Interior of ofthe ofthe o othe
the church by th the uniforms of the men menand merand me meand t
and ga gar toilets of the women was wasquite wastultespectacular wa s Squite j
quite tultespectacular spectacular Among the handsourest hand liandHomoat handHomest
sourest gowns were Mrs Fairbanks in ina i ia
a 1 brown and toque of gray velvet and andermine andf an anermine d
ermine f > Mrs Irs Root in black and white whiteMiss whltoU8J whiteMiss
Miss U8J Root cerise pink cloth and a ha haof hat hatof t i
of the same color Mrs Bonaparte Bonaparteblack BonaPftrtblack Bonapartblack e J
black and white costume Mm lrM Shaw Shawa Shawn
a gown of whit lac lace with a white vel velvet velyet velvet ¬
vet and lac lace toque Mrs lIr Metcalf pale t e
blue panne velvet with a hat of black blackand hlackand b band k
and white Mrs Tlmmons dark velvet velvetand velvetand velveand t
and ermine furs Mrs Bates Bat lavender lavendercloth lavendercloth lavendeclout
cloth with a hat of the same rotor f Mrs MrsBurroughs MrsBurroughs air airBurroughs fc
Burroughs btack blackWelvet yelvet and lace Mm Mine MineJussenuHl lme lmeTuaseftUHl I IJussennstd
JussenuHl a handsome b fidsome black velvet velvetContinued vehetConUnuec1on vely velyContinued et 1
Continued ConUnuec1on on Third Page PageTHE PugeI PugeTHE PageTHE
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The lake region area of high pressureOninues pressure pressurecontinues pre ure urecontInues e
continues t t4 t4 Increase In extent and ma manltude mag magnitude XIIag XIIagnltude s ¬
nltude nitudePressure nltudePrsure nltudePrtiesure
Pressure has steadily risen from abo about aboutSo ut lt
30 So inches on the Ifith to over aj70 II70 Inch Inchthis inches inchesthis lnebethis tie
this morning The northeasterly winds windsout windsJut wind windut a
out ut of this high high lmv have caa caosecl need d light rat rmlfrom rata ratatrum ratfrom e ae
from Virginia southwestwardlight southeastward outhW lltWArd to the theea tlueat iii iiieast e
ea eat NorthGulf t Gulf f coast with coWer weather weatherNorth we w her herNorth h hNorth
North GulfVirginia of Virginia the weather has peen peenclear peenclear pee C Cea
clear ea and andeold andeoldThe nd ndThe cold coldThe
The The advan advance advan c a of an area of othlgh high press pressure pressun pr prurt 1 ¬
ure eastward n tward across the northern pla plateau Dlateau p 1 1teau a LI l ¬
teau baa fined up the depression that thatoccupied thatoccupIecCI the theoccupied it t
occupied the northeastern Rocky Mou Moutaln Moun Mountain 1 > toun tountaln n J ¬
taln slope Monday morning leaving leavinghowever Jfl2Jv1nghowever leavta leavtahowever
however JL eeosid d depression over overnorthern ovcJnorthern ovc ovcnorthern F
northern Arizona and southern U UThere t t1here UUiJ UUiJThere i
There hae been considerable snow snowthe In Inthe 1nthe n
the plateau and western Rocky Rock Moun Mountain Mou Moulain louri louritaln n 1 ¬
lain region due to the latter latterThe latterThe latterThe
The weather tonight and Wednesday Wednesdaybe Wedneada Wedneadain
In the Washington forecast d district trict wi wibe win winbe ft h
be fair except in Florida and alongetsat along the thecast thee le e
e cast t Golf Gul coast where rain Is IBprobaltle IBprobaltleIt probabl probablh nrdtoable nrdtoableIt e e
It Will be warmer in the Ohio valley valleyand valle valleand y I Iand
and the th lower lake region regionTEMPERATURE regionTEMPERATURR regionTEMPERATURIt
9 a m i41 n l
12 noon 40 40
11 a m 31 n
32 Ji noon 40
1 p m 41 41THBJ 4 II
Sunset Sun sets today todayJ3un 4 44 MS p pSun m msun mm 1
Sun sun rises tomorrow 650 a a aTIDE m mTIDE mTIDE 1
High tide UdotOday today r 230 a30p0 a30p0Low p m mLow mLow 1
Low tide today 814 14 pHigh p m mHigh mHigh 1
High tide tomorrow totnorrow331 tofnorrOW3111 381 a m 401 4W p pLow m mlx mxov 1
lx Low > vr tide tomorrow tomorrow10l0 1010 a m nL 1060 p m 1
Richest Womanin Woinatt W om Il in America AmericaActive AUlerical
Active Despite De pit Age AgeBIRTHDAY ge geI
I II ISays
Says She Has Passed the Time for forMaking
Making Maliin Moment Jt olf iHetVvv iHetVvvv get getNatal
v if > r i t T Tv
v Natal 1 Day uaye > ay
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NEW N WYORK YQRK Y i RK Nov No Noir 2L ELMrs 1 Mrs Irs Hetty Hettyt Hett Y
Green Is fevetttyyears a sieventy v nty years old today todayThe toda todayThe r rl
The wealthiest ve lthl t woman m in 1n the United Unitede
States Who hks h s Increased manyfold man 1oId a alarge aIa
large Ia ge fortune fortune1 Ijfejlt l Itto tt to t her her rbY by liar father fatheralso fatheralsa father fatheralee
also finishes flnl 1iet herfortYfirst her herfortyfirst fortyfirst year ear In busi business bu bust lI lIe ¬
ness nessMrs noseMrs
Mrs rsGrecn Green and her secretary HecretaIyhave have an ant a4i a4ioffice l lonlee
office In tthe the UieCh Chemldal Chemltfal J l1 National tlonal Bonk BankMrs 4 i is
Mrs Irs Green was was a very cr busy bus woman womantoday woman womantoday womantoday
today Wtotwltlv iutt aitly darting out to tiirea tiireators 1llreatOni
tors metlngs me t1 business wftetlnga Dl maatingss 6Ungs and andengagements andengagements andengagements
engagements generally generally she spent m nt very veryt veryi veryi
little lIttJ time at her desk d sk skShe
She looked to be in splendid health healthHer healthHer healthHer
Her eyes were bright and her voice olce was wase Was WasArm
Arm Armk 1 im
I havent time to talk she shosald said I rt It
have gotten goU > n past making an event of otImportancf ofimportance
importance out of my birthday blrthdi1PENFIELD
Will Report Re ort Result of Investigation of ofSouth ofSouth
South America to Secretary SecretaryRoot SecretaryRoot
Root This Week WeekJudge
Judge W vVL V IJ J Penfield Perift Penfleldeolloitorof ld solicitor soll t r of the
State Department who hoarri arrlVed arrived yester
day in New York from an extended tour tDuror
of South America will reach roo hUJlllng hUJlllngton iVrohlng iVrohlngton 1atslnington
ton within the next n xt few dal da > r vp O submit aubmttto
to the Secretary S reta1 of State Sta1ehts his report report on on onJ1
trade conditions in South America and andpossible
possible mean meJlOfor means for bettering our our trade tradewith tradewIth tradewith
with South American republics republicsft roputitf e eIt
It Is more than probable that the re ree
port w111 be oonfidentlal OnftdentlalOn
On the same steamer with Judge Pon PenReid
field was David E Thompson Amerlear Amerl Amerlcan AmerlC8r6
can ambassador amb sador to Brazil who whotro treated treatedlightly troatedIlglitiy 1ted 1tedlightly
lightly the assertion that charges had hadbeen
been made against him in connection connectionj oonneotlonwIth connectionwith
with the thclIfe life insurance flurry He H said saidiie saidhe saidhe
I he had written the letter referred to toabout toabout toabout
about the New York Life InsuranceCompany Insurance Tnsuranc
Company but thought it was all right rightas
as he did it to quiet popular clamor and andhelp
help American business businessImproved busines9Improved
Improved Sleeping Car Service erviceto to Pitts Pittsburg
burg via Pennsylvania railroad Begin Beginning Beglnnlng Beginning ¬
ning November 26 6 the through sleeping sleepingcar sleepinGcar sleepingcar
car to PIttsburg Pmt da dailyleaving leaving Washington W hln hinQton on at
1040 ll 40 p m daily t Y via Pennsylvania nnsy vamc raU raUarrlviaar
read wm be carried from Harrlabur HarrlsburR
to Pltlsburg on the Plttsburg Special
arrlviaar Plttsbursr Plttsbur at 9 a m mAdv
Offiicial Almost Crazed by byFear b Y YFear j jFear
Fear of Assassin AssassinGETS AssassinGETS AssassinGETS
Does Not Dare pare Lie in in Same Room Rooms
j s Twoights Tw Twoightsin < < iihtsi in 1 Successiont Succession Succession2eavy S cession cessionteavy
t F 2eavy envy Guard
WARSAW V ARSA W Poland Nov Noy21 ° 21 21The Ihe he unrest un unrest unrest ¬
rest among among the people of oCP Poland landhas landhasbecome has hasbecome hasbecome
become so sharp that Governor General GeneralSkalton G GeneralSkalton q r l lSkalton
Skalton known as tUPthe the autocrat autocrat of ofPoland otPolftnd ofPoland
Poland has become imbued T wtthth wtththIdea with ith the theIdea t tidea
Idea that he is In hi hanger danger of assassin assassintion asaassiniP asaassiniPtlon as a8sln a8slnUon
tlon and unusual precautions pr 1 1Uons are are taken takenat takenat takenat
at all times to protect him himThe himrh himrho
The rh governor sleeps In a different differentroom dltrerentroom differentroom
room In the palace every night to pre prevent preent prevent ¬
vent ent any possible po slble chanceof word ord being beingsent
sent to the revolutionaries rcvolut1ona le in advance advaneeof advanceof u ancc anccot
of what room roQn1 he will occupy any par particular particular particular ¬
ticular night nightPacification nightPacification nightPacification
Pacification Untrue UntrueOn Untrue UntrueOn UntrueOn
On the day thatBlshop that Bishop Herenlmus Herenlmuswas Herenitrzua Herenitrzuawas
was nas burled b rled the police closed all the theshops th thshops theshops
shops Strong forces of Infantry Infantr were wereHnjtd werelIrjkd wereIt
Hnjtd It d up on either either side of the th street streetkeeping streetk9l1plng streetkts
keeping k9l1plng kts ping the th crowds crowds bac1f back on the side sideWalk stdeWall sidewalk ¬
Walk Wall and traffic was as stopped for two twoHours twohours twohours
hoursThe Hours HoursThe hoursrh
The rh governor drove to and fronnthe fronnthecathedral from the thecathedral thecathedral
cathedral in a closed carriage sur surrounded surlOunded surrounded ¬
rounded by Cossacks Coss cks and the th horses horseswere horsesvere horseswere
were were lashed to a gallopBegiments gallop gallopRegiments gallopRegimen
Regiments s Guard Him HimDespite HimDespite HimDespite
Despite the official declarations made madethat madethat madethat
that Poland has been pacified similar similarprecautions similarpfjcautiClns similarprecautions
precautions are taken every tine the thegovernor thegovernor thegovernor
governor appears app ars outside t the l palace palaceshowing palaceshowing palaceshowing
showing that the official does not be believe beJleve believe ¬
lieve the public utterances made In his hisown hisown hisown
own own name nameNewspapers nameN nameNewspapers
Newspapers N eVSpapers Again AgainMake AgamMake AgaiiiMake
Make Appearance AppearanceST
ST PETERSBURG Nov N v 21 21ih8 21ih8neSpapers 2lhe 2lhenewspapers The Thenewspapers
newspapers made their appearance I1ppearanceag agidn agidntoday a6 n nCoday ntoday
today after a five days suspension on onaccount onaccount onaeoount
account account of the strike strikeThe st strikeThe ike ikeThe
The tone of the papers Is much mu h more moremoderate moremoderate moremoderate
moderate than 1C It was Derorethe t beforethe > r rethe recentstrike recent recentstrike recentstrike
strike and most of the articles articles show showthat showfhrit showthat
that there is a n reaction reacUonagainat against the for former torm formen ¬
men m r revolutionary sentiments which the thepapers thepapljl8 thepapers
papers gave voice YOI < < o to toLocal to toLocal toLocal
Local Relief Re1i f Fund FundIs FundIs FundIs
Is Steadily Steadll y Growing GrowingJqhn GrovingJohn GrowingJohn
John Joy Kelson Eds h treasurer of the thecitizens thecltlz thecitizens
citizens cltlz nsrellet relief fund fuQ for the Russian Russian rut etifferers rutterers sufferers
ferers reports the receipt r celpt of the fol following tollowIng following ¬
lowing contributions contributionsB
B Nordlingor Jr 5 Mrs W Nord Nordllnger NordI1qger20Meyer Nordlinger
linger I1qger20Meyer J20 2 Meyer Nordllnger 5 cash cashIS cashS
IS 5 E V Fisher 510 David L Solke SolkeJ2
J2 2 M Elseman Bro 120 5 20 friends of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Jewish YewlstIrellet relief fund 6 Thomas F FWal3h FWalsh FWalsh
Walsh siod 100 Columbia Lodge No 101
I t 0 S B 10 A M Baer no 10
Also Opposed byP by byPresi byPresdent
Presi P Presdent sidenl de tit arHil al arid S Se Seretarti > e G Gretary t tre
retary re retarti tary laft l sife sifeiTEVENS >
t 17 5 > i irV
> rV rVDhief
Engm Engineer er Determined DeterminedOpponent D Determined DeterminedOpponent tbril1ined i
Opponent t to SJqg Suggestions SaggesUon5Aavancedd SuggestionsAdvanced estJon
Advanced Aavancedd by V J21lace aljace lJ ce cer
That tic ti Panama Canal C palCommIssion Commission Commissionhe i
he Secretary < cretary of Viarl V V ar x ands n1Jdfthef thtf Prest Prestlent
nt are are not going td t accept iCc ePttb the C recom recomncndutlon i
of z sealbvel canal canal was ta tahe
additionally apParent apparent today by byle t
he announcement that Chief Engineer EngineerJtcvens
has been summoned post ost haste 1 j jron
ron the isthmus to discuss this very j jluestlon I
of canal plans with wIththe the com 1 1nisslpn
and the Secretary Secretary4Ir r j
Mr Mr8e 4Ir Stevens en s is about a aq determined determ Uhf1 an i ipponent
of the sea level Idea as there J j ja
a connected with the work according
o reports which come from f1p ltlghauthor high author au hor j j
ty After he took charge of the the work j je
e went over the rough estimates vhch wh vhchiad ch I
been made by his predecessor p eae8Bor John JohnWaUace JohnWallace i iWallace
Wallace of the cost and time of ofconstruction Q ofconstruetion j jonstructlon
construction of different tyj t types Pes > es of ofcanaln canals canalsnd J t tond
nd came to the conclusion copcluslonthat that Wallace i
hopelessly hopI sIY wrong ate 1t e r aTs ts well asis as asi
i i1S is associates assoc1 tes on the Jbthmus Jith lsthmus mus in thv thvengineers th thengineers thengineers
engineers department departtnerltdad and nd the number
these latter Includes some v very ry able ableand ab abilnd abreand
and experienced menconcJud men concluded d that thatestimated thatir thatair
air ir Wallace had tremendously under understlmated underI underIstlmatedbQth
estimated stlmatedbQth both the time t1m and anl Aixiicn AixiicnIn nxnenAv nxnenAvIn Hn +
In this conclusion it Itcan can JjaT h4 l stated stifedthey sq statedthey > d dthey
they are sustained b by the opinion o lnton of of the themajority themaJdrity themaldrity
majority if not all the membeusof membe l the thePanama thePanuma tlePanama
Panama commission commissionPresident commissionPresident commissionPresident
President Is Exasperated ExasperatedPresident ExasperatedPreddcnt ExasperatedPresident
President Roosevelt Is said Sal d to toc tfe a much muchexasporated mu mUlhex < h hexasperated
exasperated ex spo ted that the advisorjr advise > fbWJ b bxu > K > id idshould dshould d dshould
should have added to the difficulties of ofthe ofthe if ifthe
the situation at this time py D Y maktntj inaliErf3sUch maktntjsuch mciltliueh
such ueh a arreport a report especially Is he rprt rprtaented r 1ir 1irs U Ustinted
stinted s nted as displeased dlsploaJ ed with the Am Atna Amecan Amecanarmy can canarmy cu cu4rmyen
army 4rmyen engineer in er who Joined joln d with tl1 thb thbotlier thbOgler b bo
otlier o lcri advocates dv cates of a U sfeileyd ilealevel e le fcana1 fcana1ow canal canalHowever canalHowever
However ow v r if General Davis Jjav s had trtken trtkenthe bt1 taicenthe cfl cflthe
the other side Ide the resbl resulj woudt 9QuJf woq 5bt ht have hl1vebeen
1 been > een oltanged The majority itrouldsWI itrouldsWIhave rouWUtttl rouWUtttlhave uld4fmhavo
have been for the tidewater tI4eat r ditch ditchIt dl ditchIt h hIt
It is Is made mndo Very er plain now that the re report report report ¬
port of otthe the advisory board vrlUnpt wm not tot be begiven begiven begiven
given great weight There Is nothing nothingsacred nothingsacred I Isacred
sacred about It in the view of the people peo people ¬ I IpIe
ple who are confronted with the real re responsibility reaponsibility ¬
sponsibility for building a canal In all allprobability aUprobabUltY allprobability
probability it will be set aside and the thecanal thecanal
canal work pushed ahead on the lock lockplan lockplan lockplan
plan planIt planIt
It is pointed out as highly significant significantthat slgn1flcantthat signmcarthat I
that the President Pr sldent has all the necessary necessarypower necessarY necessarYpower necessarypower
power under the Spooner act to decide decidethis decidethis decidethis
this questlon of types provided he deddes de decides ¬
cides In favor fa VOl of a lock ditch ditchCan ditchCan ditchCan I
Can Follow Spooner Act ActThat Actat ActThat
That at was what the Spooner act con contemplated contemplated
templated He can proceed to build a alock alock alock
lock canal without any new law la but to tochange tochange tochange
change to a tide level one will require requirenew requirenew
new legislation This Is alone Is urged as asa asa asa
a potent reason why no serious atten attention attention attention ¬
tion will wlllbe be paid to the advisory report reportThere reportThere reportThere
There is excellent authority for thestatement the thestatement be bestatement
statement today that the President Is iadetermined Isdetermined isdetermined
determined to adopt such a course as aswill aswill aswill
will enable him to push the canal with withthe withthe withthe
the minimum of new legislation It Is Isonly Isonly isonly
only necessary for him to secure the thepassage thepL9sage thepassage
passage of an act appropriating from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the funds provided under the bond is issuing Issuing issuing ¬
suing clause clause of the Spooner act money moneyto moneyto moneyto
to carry forward the work after December Decem December December ¬
ber 1 At present there are no funds tundsayaUable fundsavailable
available for this purpose but an esti estimate estimate
mate asking 16000000 nas been forward forwarded torwarded forwarded ¬
ed to the Treasury Department This Thiswill ThIsvill Thiswill
will provide for the immediate needs needsand needsand needsand
and an estimate for the next fiscal year yearwill yearwUl yearwill
will be besubmitted submitted later It Is S stated statedIt st ted tedIt
It Is announced that the President Is Issatisfied Issatisfied 1ssatisfied
satisfied with the work of the commis commission commissIon commission ¬
sion and that he will 111 ask neither its itsabolition Itsabolition itsabolition
abolition nor its reorganizationRepresentative reorganization reorganizationRepresentative reorganizationRepresentative
Representative Mann MannScores MannScores MannScores
Scores Sea Level Canal CanalRepresentative CanalRepresentatlve CanalRepresentative
Representative Mann of Illinois who whohas
has h J Just arrived in Washington Is s a amember amember amember
member of the House Committee on onForeign onForeign onForeign
Foreign and Interstate Commerce and andhas andhh andht
has hh ht < s been one of the foremost canal men menIn menIn menin
In the country countX He took a fall out of ofGeneral atGeneral ofGeneral
General Davis and Engineer Burr of ofthe otthe ofthe
the advisory board of engineers fr fradvocating f9 f9advocatlng fqradvocating
advocating a sea level canal canalIt canalIt canalIt
It was largely upon the recommenda reeommmdation recommendation recommmdatlon ¬
tion of these thes two men for a a look canal canalthat canalthat canalthat
that the Panama route was finally selected se selected selected ¬
lected Now after consultation wltn wltnthe wltnthe wlttthe
the five foreign engineers they changed changedtheir changedtheir changedtheir
their opinion and recommend a a sealevel sealevelcanal sealevelcanal sealevelcanal
canal which will cost many man millions millionsmore mnIlonsnore mfllionsmore
more moreMr noreMr moreMr
Mr Mann v also discussed railroad railroadrates railroadrates railroadrates
rates He is one ne of the leaders In the themovement themovement themovement
movement to bring about rate legislation legisla legislation legislation ¬
tion Representative Mann does not be believe believe believe ¬
lieve the EschTownsend bill will be bethe bethe bethe
the one which hlch finally becomes a D law lawHe lawHe lawHe
He characterized this bill as a n blanket blanketconcern blanketconcern blanketconcern
concern This bill he explained would wouldgive wouldgive wouldgive
give the interstate commerce commis commission comm commdon ¬
don or What what whatupon other board was wascdecido cdecido decided decidedupon decidedupon
upon power to do almost anything anythingI anythingPLUMBERS anythingPLUMBERS
The Master Plumbers Association ha hanamed has haenamed hasnamed
named the following delegates and al alternates alternates alternates
ternates to attend the fourth annua annuaconvention annUaJ annUaJconvention annuconvention
convention of the Master Plumbers PlumbersAssociation PlumbersAssociation PlumbersAssociation
Association of the Atlantic Coast aWilmington a aWilmington ai aiVllmlngton
Wilmington Del Delegates DelogatosChar DelogatosCharlesa DelogatosCharlesaBarrlck Charles esE esEBarrick JB JBBarrlck
Barrlck Joseph R Qulnter P C Schafor Scha Schafor Schat
for t r Charles B Burke Harry T Suit SuitJoseph SuitJoseph SuitD
Joseph Joseph McGolrlck alternates alternatesD D S SWilliamson BWllUuU1son
Williamson J Joseph eph E Garner Garnerf GarnerShields WUUan WUUanShields WillianShields
Shields Samuel Artz T O stay May 1 ay L Jtta J JMansen JMangen
Mansen MangenV tta
MansenNolan ttaW W V D Nolan > E j Y Hannan WllHah WllHahConradls WUlIanConradls Villla VilllaConradis
Conradls J C Darnall W J Hutehin Hutchinson Hutehinson Hutchlnson
son officers ot cers of the national national and been locaassociation beenassociation oca ocaassociation
association will bo delegates by vlrtui vlrtuiof virtuof Irtu Irtuot
of their offices
p Dep ar r gJ meit wIj Heads gsfBan Frankly ly Say y T They qey Are Aret Arey5
y5 t um tfpa 1ip pe lf t = = l DeHsSW D ya tl ood l frin Hrnaefr HindersWork HindersWorkBut s < Work WorkBut W ik ikBut
But But Cant Ca t Be Heartlessly H artIes IyThrown Thrown Out
At the coming session sessiol1ot session of Congress Congressthe CongTeSIthe Congressthe
the future welfare pf the Government Governmentemploye Jo rnment rnmentemploye
employe will In all probability probability be beogltated beagitated
agitated in all Its phases phasesTho phasesThe
The desire of a D number of the Cabi Cabinet Cabinet
net officers and bureau bur ou chiefs to reorganize re6r re6rganlze re r rgan1Je
ganlze the personnel of their departments depart departments departments ¬
ments and put them on a purely busi business business business ¬ I
ness foundation Is growing gr wlng every dayThe day dayThe t tThe
The Keep commission has it t is said sal salmade saidmade
made many discoveries dlsc verleswhere where with a areorganized areorganized areorganized
reorganized force the work In the departments de departments departmentswould ¬
partments partmentswould would be greatly facilitated facilitatedand tacmtatedand facilitatedand
and the general ge E l efficiency efficl cy of the Government Govern Government Government ¬
ment service service Increased Incr increasedThe as d dThe
I The heads of othe the different different depart departments depart departments
ments are anxious to effect the change changeImm changeimmediately
Immediately Imm dlat l but feel that the question questionof
of sympathetic sympath t1c care of the tb aged em employes emploelJ employes
ployes prevents any an drastic action at atthis atthis J Jthis
this time 1 1Warners
Warners Plan lan Weak WeakThe We WeakThe k kThe j
The move of Commissioner Ctm Commisloner i sloner Warner W rln in indevising indevising i idevising
devising a scheme schemefcir Jche e fo fqr r jtlie Ole reductkm reductJon reduction of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Incapacitated and superannuated superannuatedemployes sup superannuatedemployes rnn uated uatedemployes
employes to places plac where their earningpower earning earningpower earnin earninpower
j power and their salary will m be commen commensurate commensuratc commencurate
j curate with the work is considered the themost tb tbmost themost
most feasible feasible plan for guarding the thegood thegood I Igood
good old 0Id1altI1tul faithful faithful employes e mploy s temporarily temporarily3ome temporarilyBorne
Borne other Cabinet officers assert the theplan thEplan theplan
plan Is weak in its conclusions conclusionsIn 1
In answer to the Question If such a amove a amove amove
move had his approval Secretary Metcalf Met Metcalf ¬
calf of the Department of Commerce Commerceand Cbmmerceand tbmmerceand
and Labor said that it was all right as asa asa asa
a beginner glnner but there th re would come a atime atimewhen time timewhen Umewhen
when the old employes would w uld eventually eventuallylave eyenttia1ly eyenttia1lyhl1e eventtiallyhave
have lave exhausted their earning powersThen powers powersThen powersThen
Then some soin other othermeas measure measure re for for their pro protection protectlonwould protection ¬
tection tectlonwould would have hav to to be bein made madeAs madeAs de deS
As S a general gen ral rule the Cabinet Ca lnet officers officersand j I
and their bureau chiefs chl ts hesitate In 11 act a < t
Ing when it cornea to cjlsmlssing < l mlsslng an old oldemploy oldempl oldemploy
employ empl simply because he has outgrown out outgrown outgrown ¬
grown his usefulnessBy usefulness usefulnessBy usefulnessBy
By act of Congress an old employecannot employe employecannot emplo t tcannot
cannot be carried on the U rolls as a apensioner upensioner apensioner
pensioner uor uorbe For this reason It Is sajd saidwi sajddngress
Cdngress dngress will wi be a asked to to legislate for
Making Work Workfor for Them ThemIn ThemIn ThemIn
In many of the departments and bu bureaus bureaus bereaus ¬
reaus the old employes are shifted shiftedabout shlttedabout shiftedabout
about to places where the work work is easy easyand easyand easy easyand
and equal to o their declining years eara This Thiscauses Thiscauses Thiscauses
causes lots of additional work and andworn1 andWOrT andworry
worry WOrT for the department officer be besides besides besides ¬
sides Impeding the progress of efficien efficiency etficency efficiency ¬
cy in the work workIn workIn workIn
In the Department of AgricultureSecretary Agriculture AgricultureSecretary AgrIcultureSecretary
Secretary Wilson who is an exception exceptionally exceptionally exceptionally ¬
ally good friend of old faithful em employes emploes emhoyes ¬
ployes hoyes has for some time been b en trans transferring transterring ¬
ferring ferring the slack ones to easier places placesand placeAnnd placesand
and reorganized rganize his department along alonggeneral alonggeneral alonggenera
genera general lines lnes Some mm time ago o he ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed a committee om ten on the personnel personnelof
of the department to carry carr out hlt hltIdeas hI hIIdeas >
Ideas for fo facilitating the work of thedifferent the thedifferent thediflerent
different bureaus bureausAt bure bureausAt us usAt
At the Treasury Department Assist Assistant Assistant Assistant ¬
ant Secretary Taylor Ta lor as chairman of ofthe otthe o othe f
the committee on that departments departmentsper departmentspersonnel per personnel prsonnel ¬
sonnel has publicly expressed his opin opinion opinIon opinIon ¬
ion that to discharge an old employe employewas employewas
was one of the most disagreeable du duties duties duties ¬
ties he had to discharge dischargeTaylors dischargeTaylors
Taylors Views ViewsMany Viewslany
Many of them he said have not notbeen notbeen no nobeen t
been able abI to provide for tholr deelinin deelinindays declining decliningdays decl1nlnsdays g tg
days and to to discharge them from the theGovernments theGovernments th e
Governmentsservloe Governments service would be an act actof an anof Ct Ctor t
of injustice and in some casEs would wouldbe wouldbe I
be the cause of sending then the1 to the thepoorhouse th thpoorhouse c I Ipoorhouse
poorhouseSecretary poorhouse poorhouseSecretary I
Secretary Secr t tj Bonaparte lias expressed expressedabout expresee expreseebout d
about bout the same opinions opinionsMany opinionsMany I
Many bureau bure uohlets ohlets who are likewise5 likewise5desirous Ilkewls Ilkewlsdesirous likewlsdesirous
desirous of shaking shakIn up their force and andarranging an c carranging d
arranging the work worJtwlthln within their bait boliwlck baltwick baitwick I
wick on uptodate uptod to business uslness methods methodssav
sav this cannot ire be done as lone on as tbe tb tbI tht e I
old fogies remain The younger elo elomcnt eloment elsmeat
j meat of the Government employes isas Is Isas isas
as a rule lot disposed to do the worktheir work workof workf
t of f their old associates merely to hold holdthem holdthem holdthem
t them In office and anc in some of the
1 bureaus dissension to some som extent pre prevails prevans prevails ¬
vails for that reason reasonKeep reasonKeep
Keep Keep Body May Be Radical RadicalIt
It Is not n t at all unlikely that whenthe when whenthe whenthe
the Keep commission gets through with withits wIthIts withits
j its investigation of the business methods meth methods methods ¬
ods of the various cepartments there therewill therewHl therewill
will be some radical changes recom recommended recommended recommended ¬
mended President Roosevelt has on onmcft onm onm
mcft m than one on occasion occasionA made his de desires dealreo desires ¬
sires known of how he would wish the theGovernment theGovernment
j Government work facilitated To do dothis dothIs dothis
i this he has advocated new blood with withpush withpush withpush
1 push and and energy back ofit ofitFew otitFew of IL ILFew
Few of the departments hove h hAeas eas as yet yetreally yetrelln yetreally
really relln made a move In that thn line Sec Secretary Secretary Seeseta
seta retary Wilson of the Agricultural AgHc A eidiiltural 1turalDe 1turalDepnrtment De Department D Dpartment ¬
partment partment Secretary Metcalf Metcalf of Com Commerce Commerce Com Commerce ¬
merce and Labor and Commissioner Commissionerj Commrs CommissionerWarner loner lonerWarner
Warner oC the Pension Office Otnceappear OtnceappeartQ appear appearto appeartq
tQ be be ethe the only ones to be b actively en engaged engaged
gaged ged In the work workSecretary workSecretaX workSecretary
Secretary SecretaX Metcalf however hov6v r has been beenworking beenworking beenworking
working along somewhat soin wh t different lines linesHe linesHe I IHe
He has In course of otformatIon formation a plan planto pIanto planto
to consolidate consoUda t some of the work of r the thedifferent thedltterent thedifferent i
different bureaus j This will he figures figuresbe figuresbe figuresbe
be not only a great saving In finie but butalso buto1so butalso
also In money The e concentration of the thework thework thework
work will necessarily cause cauS a decreasein decrease decreaseIn decreasethe
In the force of employes but like Com Commissioner Commlflsloner Commissioner ¬
missioner Warner he Is Isadv adverse 1Se tocausing to tocausing tocausing
causing url any all resignations or dismissals dismissalsand dJsmissalsand dismissalsand
and therefore has been allowing allow ng vacancies va vacancies ¬
cancies to remain open that he may be beable beLble beable
able fp Q place the employes whose pres present present present
ent positions will have lU Ve been done awaywith away awaywith awaywith
with when the change Is effected effectedEmployes effectedEmployes effectedEmployes
Employes Anzious AnziousThe AmousThe AiixiousThe
The sentiment throughout the civil civilservice olvIlservice civilservice
service service circles c1rcleAon on the Inevitable changes changesIs
Is one causing much uneasiness une lnes and and atl con concern conc concern ¬
cern c > rn The old employes are pinning pinningshould
theIr faith on the action of Congress Congressshould Congressshould
should that body bod be asked to legislate leiSlztt In Intheir Inthefr intheir
their behalf behalfF1IERY behalPRINTERY behalfPRINTERY
Acting Public PU llc Printer Rloketls RlokEt has hasmade basmade hasmade
made made good his hi recently recentl announced In Intention Intention intention ¬
tention of Improving the morale of theGovernment the theGovernment theGovernment
Government Printing Office by dis discharging discharging < 115 115charging ¬
charging two employes empro es who had falleninto fallen fallenInto fallenInto
Into evil ways consisting In the main of ofa ota ofa
a woeful neglect In the matter of dis discharging dlscharJ1lng discharging ¬
charging their lawful debtsThe debts debtsThe debtse
The e men mt discharged dlschargd were bookbinders bookbindersworking bQokblndersworking bookbindersworking
working under Foreman PenIcks PenlckSeveral PenIcksSeveral PenicksSeveral
Several femployes templo es of the office who whohave whohave whohave
have defaulted on notes that had beengiven been beengiven been1lven
given to the various office om e symposiums symposiumsnow symposluJOnow
now In course of forced liquidation have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been ordered to settle up or be dis discharged dlscharged discharged ¬
charged chargedMr chargedMr chargedMr
Mr RIcketts IUcket ts has assured theafcers the officers officersof
of the th symposiums that he does noLintend notlni notlnitend not in intend =
tend that they the shall be made to stand standa
a loss by byreason reason of his recent order clos closing closIng losing ¬
ing the symposiums He has said he hewill hewUl hewill
will compel payment of all Just debts debtsowing debtscwlns debtscwing
owing to symposiums symposiumsThrough symposiumsThrough symposiumsThrough
Through Sleeping Car to Cleveland Via ViaPennsylvania VIaPennsylanll
Pennsylvania ralhoad With VUlt its new newschedule newschedule
schedule taking effect November 26 26through 26through
through sleeping car service between betweenWashington betweenYnshington betweenYashfngton
Washington Ynshington and Cleveland will be es established eatabllshed establlshed ¬
tabllshed by b the Pennsylvania railroad railroadThe raUroadThe
The car will be attached to the Chicago ChicagoLimited ChlcagoLImited ChicagoLimited
Limited leaving Washington dally daJI at at40p
540 40p p p m and will reach Cleveland at r
715 n m Returning the car will leave leaveCleveland leavOCnweland leaveCleveland i
Cleveland at 7 p m dally on the Man Manhattan rnn rnnhattan ¬
hattan Limited and arrive at Wash ¬
ington at 1042 nm aAm These trains carry CSlrr CSlrrdining
dining cars > between Baltimore and Har Harrlabure Harrlabursr
rlabure Adv dv
Veteran Statesman So SoTolls SOT SoTells
Tolls T Tells lIs Insurance usurancedIltil usurancedIltilY ffe ffevestigators L n nvestigato
vestigato vestigatoDECLARES vestigators Y stjgators stjgatorsDECLARES
USED UP THE IHEr4mE IHEr4mEInqui STiCE STiCEInquisitor SSA li liInquisitor
Inqui Inquisitor iJor Hu Hughes lies Became BecameAcquainted Becameto BecameAcquainted
to toAQquaintetlwrfh >
Acquainted AQquaintetlwrfh With ffJr De Depews Depevs Depews
pews Friend FriendNEW FriendNEV FriendNEW
NEW YORK Nov Nor 21 21Sena 2L Senate eaa ttr
p C Platt took the stand d In
insurance investigation fnvesUgatIonarew a few
befort before noon today todayThe tOdayThe todayThe
The aged Senator came Into the e
room room supported by b ills h his
Robert C Morris His Bissteps Hissteps steps
and d he needed assistance to toreach toreach toreach
reach the witness chair chairIt chaIrflIt chairIt
flIt It has been testified that you voats r rcelved re
campaign contributions from
companies companI companies s said Counsel CounselHughes CounselHughes CounselHughes
Hughes In putting the first firstqnestlou firstqnestlouWen question questionWell questionI
Well I have received contribu contributions contrIbutions contributions ¬
tions from rom the Insurance Insuranceconipanles Insuranceconipanlesparticularly companies companiesparticularly companiesparticular
particularly particular Y the Equitable EquitableHow EquItableHow EquitableHow
How longhave long have you been beenr be receiv recefirjug receiving lv lvIng ¬
ing them theml themlHI themI i iI
HI I should say about ten ten yeara years yearshave I Ihave Ihave
have no record recordThese recordflThese recordThese
flThese These contributions C wejre werefor for State Statecampaigns stat Statscampaigns
campaigns CaIIlPalgnS2 campaignsYes v vYes 1 1Yes
Yes Yes
Ten Thousand Thousandl Dollars DollarsWhat DollarsWhat > 1Jars 1JarsUWhatsum
UWhatsum What sum was WaS given givenTen gfe gieaTea 1t 1t4Tenthousanddot1
4Tenthousanddot1 Ten thousand dollars do aru aruDid f fDid 1 1Did
Did you get money fotD1unlcipU for municipal
uNo No only State campaigns campalgnHow campa1 campa1flHow campaignsHow
How dldthe did the money comei comeiIt COU1 come comeIt lZ
uIt It was waS brought brought1n Jn in cash cashb by aspe aspecial itsStp itsStpclal c s sclalmeSeng
clal clalmeSeng messenger rT e and nd i tmne turnedMfc iliJ4er dyer <
to = the treasurer tfeaSttr tie tiet asu t 1 er r titmittee or urLb t he stTft St tate com comttlttee com IIi IIim1ttee
ttlttee ttltteeDid mittee mitteeDid m1tteeDId
Did you make the request for forthese forthese forthese
these contributions contributionsNo contributionslNo
NoDid No NoDid NoDid
Did you make the request at th thInception the thainception theInception
Inception of these payments tea tenyears teayears teayears
years ago agoI
I dont reoalL They probably probablycame probablycame probablycame
came voluntarilyDid voluntarily voluntarilyDid voluntarilyDId
Did the Mutual Life make contri contributions contrIbutions contrabuttons ¬
butions butionsYes butionsuYea buttonsYea
uYea uYeaflWhat Yes YesWhat YeaWhat
What sum sumTen sumTen sumTen
Ten thousandNot thousand thousandNot thousandNot
Not New York life lifeSenator LifeSenatorPIatt ife ifeScmator
Senator SenatorPIatt Platt sId that the Mutual MuiusLdId MuiusLdIdnotsubscrlbe did didnot didnot
not notsubscrlbe subscribe regularly and that Presi President Presfdent President ¬
dent McCurdy must have underst understood d the themoney themoney themoney
money went for State campaigns since sincehe Sincehe sincehe
he did not receive money for nationalcampaigns national nationalcampaigns nationalcll1npaIgns
campaigns campaignsSenator cll1npaIgnsSenator campaignsSenator
Senator Platt said he had spoken to toPresident toPresident toPresident
President McCall of the New York Of OfBut Lf Lfut Life Lifebut
But ut so far as ashe he could couid recall the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Life never never contributed contributedIt
It Is reported reported that you helped to col ¬
lect 140000 for the Harrison campaign campaI111fund campaignfund
fund fundI 1 1I
I dont recall recallSenator recallSenator
Senator Platt said that he did Inot Inotknow not notknow notknow
know what the State committee did didwith dl dlwith didwith
with the themoney themoneyDo > money moneyDo mon J JDo >
Do you kn know w Judge Andrew Hamil Hamilton Hamilton Hamilton ¬
ton tonNo
uNo No I do not notDo notDo notDo
Do you know Andrew C Fields FieldsTea FieldsX Fieldses
Tea X es S I have met him himDid himDId himDid
Did the Insurance
companies comp3nl
ever everseek everseek everseek
seek your influence In n legislative mat ¬
ters in return f for moneys contributed
to the campaign fund fundNever lundY lendNever
Never NeverBS NeerDo NeverDo
BS Do y you ° a know of the contributions of ofby
50000 OOOO to the last Presidential campaign
by y the he Equitable and Mutual IUb1n1 Life Lifer
No I knew kne nothing of It Itstood
Now you dont want tin t be under
stood as fixing ten years as 11 < 1 the time
when you first began b gftn to receive r Cttfoe contri ¬
butions butionsOh buttonsOh butionsOh
Oh no I dont d nt want to state st te th the
time It was US all of ten years yearsExpected yearsExpected etrs etrsExpected
Expected His Help HelpWhat HelpVhat HelpWhat
What did the
Insurance officials
ex expect expeet expact ¬
pact to get for contributing to the thecampaign theeamp thecampaign
campaign eamp Ign fund fundThey fundThey 1 1TheY
They expected l1ectea to get aid through throughme
me by b defending < them when the occa occaslon QCcnslon occa occaslon
slon arotf arQ h There was never any occa occasion oecaston occasloe ¬
sloe They never eRror to me nteThey meThey m mThey
They thought you could control leg ¬
islation islationYea IslationYe islationrYe
YeaCould Ye YeCould Yea YeCould
Could you youI ou1
I couldnt control It it I might Influ ¬
ence It ItAs ItAs it itAs
As a matter of fact when the insur ¬
ance companies pay J1ti money tq the thoClm cam ¬
paign fund fundtbey they expect e t the he legislator
to be under moral obligation not to at ¬
tack themIt them themIt 1 1It
It would be Involved InvolvedWhat involvedWhat InvolvedWhat
What Is InvolvedIsnt Involved InvolvedIsnt Involvedlsnt
Isnt that what Is involved involvedYes 1n0ledY involvedYes
Yes YesSenator Y YesSenator 65 65Senator
Senator Platt you IQU are l e excused excusedsaid excusedsaid > xcu e4 e4saId
said Mr Ir Hughes and id Senator SeutorPlatt Platt
thanked the committee and was led out
of the room roomManning roomJtlanning roomMinming
Manning of Albany AlbanyBepews AlbanyDepews Alban AlbanDepews
Depews UpRiver Friend FriendNEW FriendNEW FriendNEW
NEW YORK Nov No 2LAn q An Incident at atthe atthe atthe
the Insurance tnvestiga investigation fon this morn mornIng morning
Ing had the effect e ect of further bringingSenator bringing brlugtn brlugtnSenato
Senator Depew Into tale limelight HmolfghtTh UU1 limelightThe Ught UghtThv
Th The premier witness wttn 6i1 in il this instance instaneawas instancewas IllStnncawas
was John A Nichols the lawyer who whowrote whowrote whowrote
wrote Senator Depew that the ran rantankerous 180tankerous rantankerous
tankerous friend up u UI tIle river was

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